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Unhappy Scratch one Knob in a hot hatch

I need to get this off my chest because it's been bugging me since it happened. I'm sure some of you will condem me as irresponsible but hopefully some might forgive.

I'm in my SLK coming back from a work meeting after one shandy about 08:30 in the evening I'm enjoying the drive back in good light on a nice stretch of winding country road I know well. Driving quite fast but not anywhere near my or the cars limits and being on the look out for horses, cyclists and tractors. Well I come into a village and flick the speed limiter to 30 as I quite often do on this sort of drive. After a fun drive it's all too easy to creep over the speed limit. Halfway through the village a Tricked up VW Golf screams up behind me until it is literally inches from my bumper veering side to side attempting to intimidate me into getting a move on or getting out of his way.
I wasn't going to stop or get out of his way, so we continue through the village with him "up my chuff" and parked cars bends etc preventing him from overtaking. Eventually long before the 30mph limit ends there is a clearer straight section of road and he screams past me in triumph and disappears. I reach the end of the 30mph limit and flick off the speed limiter, and now resume my enjoyable fun drive home.
Well surprise surprise about 3 miles down the road I've now caught up with the VW Golf who is driving like a jerk and taking stupid chances and is now spoiling my ride. I sit behind him a good distance back and bide my time for a long straight I know is coming up. When we get there I hit the Kickdown and take off past him seeing him vanish in my rear view although he was trying hard to keep up and probably seething.
Another 3 miles and a series of bends warns of the next village so I ease off, hit the speed limiter on 30 at the speed limit sign and turn off down a very narrow cut through which bypasses most of the village. The VW driver takes the same shortcut and catches up with me as I'm pausing at a junction to check for horses,bicycles, tractors etc. Nothing about so I continue at 30mph. The driver of the VW resumes trying to scratch my bumper. How he didn't mark it I'll never know. Anyway there are more obstacles in this village and a couple of cars coming the other way so he is still on my bumper as we reach the derestriction sign. I flick off the speed limiter and open her up. The VW is making a move to overtake even though he is already falling behind but stays on the wrong side of the road I guess he's thinking " Imight miss a gear and give him a chance". This is no balls out race, I'm just resuming my pacey drive home. Any way there is a slow bend and he gets back behind me but some way back now. Then there is a little chicane and a short straight. I take the chicane quite fast as visibility is pretty good and there is only 1 car coming towards me on the short straight. I open up again on the short straight and as the car coming the other way is about to pass me, I glance in my rear view to see a fleeting glimpse of a car side on across the road and bits of debris and a what looked like a bumper flying down the road. A split second later I was round the next bend and there was now no-one following me..............I slowed down and replayed the last few seconds in my mind........Satisfied that it couldn't have been any other car I may have just seen piling in, and that no-one else could have been involved, I thought " he made his bed, he can lie in it" and drove on.
I thought I don't want to ruin my evening for some knob who might just as easily run down a child in one of the villages. I might possibly have to give statements to the police and then my behaviour might be questioned etc, etc, I didn't feel I had done anything wrong, but since then my conscience has been knawing at me that I should have turned back and helped.

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Thanks guys, your positive comments have eased my conscience a little.

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Was the Driver of the other Driving it?
You were certainly not Driving His Car and he was behind you, His Fault.
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I'd only be worried about the other driver heading the other way. I assume the VW hit that one?


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I have to agree with the others here. As a long time Ins. adjuster I saw the results of this kind of scenario far too often. Had it been me I would have had a hard time not going back and laughing hysterically at the fine driver.

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You were driving within limits.
I only hope some innocent people were not hurt by the erratic behavior of the VW driver.

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Thanks for the supportive comments guys. Rest assured if I was in any doubts that another vehicle may have been involved I would have turned round instantly to help the innocent party and ensure that justice was done. The only other car anywhere near was the one travelling in the opposite direction to me and was still level with me when the VW lost it. This other driver would have had a grandstand view of the unfolding demolition but was far enough away not to have even been hit by flying VW components or even sods of grass. I guess his evening was ruined giving witness statements to police or extracting the apparently poor "innocent" young lad from the wreckage.

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You can put the gnawing to bed Gromit. You are not responsible for the stupid behaviour of others and, he made his bed so can lie in it is spot on!

At least whilst there are bits of bumper over the road and, no doubt a little trip for his VW on a low loader he is off the road. Who knows, you may have even saved the little twits life or, someone else's by maybe this lesson calming him down a bit in the future.

I would not have gone back and, would have happily left him and his car in the past.
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Well, it was about 8.30pm and I was just driving home in the wife's tricked up VW when I saw this bloke in his SLK.....
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Lol

Hey John that's the best yet! Had a good chuckle over your reply especially you being local...............😳!!!!

It wasn't you was it🤔?

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The lad should have backed off after you dusted him the first time. A sad tale to be sure, but at least you and your car are safe.
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@Gromit3528 from what you say the VW driver lost it so he caused and suffered the accident. Not you.

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I'm with the other posters on this. Not your fault. Driving outwith their limits, and that of their car, was an accident waiting to happen. Hopefully they've learnt a valuable lesson.
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That's the one!

Hey Roxanne,

Fantastic reply!
That is the very same Golf in the YouTube video!!! Complete with dangly purple plastic b******s! it could have even been the same driver. It probably even looks the same now after having the container dropped on it.

I love your piece on the bunny killer it made me laugh out loud! Your not a comedy writer are you? that could have been a Monty Python sketch.

Yeah I did think about being hunted down as a witness after "confessing" on here but at the end of the day my statement would be exactly as I'd written it here. The truth is he probably had a dash cam so if the police were involved they'll come knocking on my door soon enough. And any evidence from that would actually be in my favour. My conscience is clear now that I wasn't actually involved in the accident he had. My only regret is that I didn't turn around to go and help someone in trouble. And if I could relive that moment I think I would have done.
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Equally he could have stolen the Golf !
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Please, think of the bunnies....
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